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December 07, 2009
Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper (2nd L) and his wife Laureen (2nd R) pay silent tribute after...
Seoul, South Korea
Canadian PM Harper and his wife Laureen pay silent tribute after offering flowers at the grave of Dr....
Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper (2nd L) and his wife Laureen (2nd R) pay silent tribute after offering flowers at the grave of Dr. Frank Schofield at the national cemetery in Seoul December 7, 2009. According to local media, Schofield came to Korea in 1916 as a medical missionary instructor for the Presbyterian Church of Canada and taught bacteriology and sanitation until his return home under the pressure from Japanese colonial authorities in 1920. The Canadian missionary returned to Korea as a national guest by invitation of the South Korean government in 1958 and taught pathology at a university until he died in 1970. Schofield was known for taking pictures of the Cheam-ri incident, in which the Japanese burnt people inside a church in 1919. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won (SOUTH KOREA POLITICS)
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